Ensemble of The Drowsy Chaperone. Copyright 2017 Kata Sasvari
The educational programs at Northern Stage seek to engage local students of all ages in exploring the world of theater while challenging their beliefs about the world around them. We meet each student at his or her own level and seek to build confidence, knowledge, and a love of theater in a professional environment. We hope that participating in classes and workshops at Northern Stage will help make theater a meaningful part of lives now and in the years to come.
Every June, Northern Stage offers week-long summer camps. All classes focus on team work, self-confidence, and acting techniques.
SUMMER MUSICAL THEATER INTENSIVE
Each summer, Northern Stage offers the Summer Musical Theater Intensive and Technical Apprentice Program. These programs are designed to extend the professionalism of our main stage to young actors, ages 12-18, and young technicians, ages 14-18.
YES members will participate in group nights at the theater with post show discussions and monthly master classes with cast members and creative teams of the main stage productions. YES will also rehearse and perform three productions throughout the course of the academic school year, culminating in a fully-produced musical on the main stage.
Northern Stage offers school-time matinees of selected professional productions. Student’s imaginations are nourished under the lights and action of full-length productions at a discounted price. Before the show, students receive a study guide to use at a talk-back with professional actors immediately following the performance. Generously sponsored by the Hypertherm Owner’s Philanthropic Endeavors Foundation and the Couch Family Foundation.
Northern Stage is proud to partner with OSHER@Dartmouth for life-long learning workshops designed to bring you closer to the craft and artists of Northern Stage. Visit OSHER’S website to view registration deadlines and details.
A limited number of scripts and complimentary ticket vouchers for the 2017-18 season are available for checkout from these participating area libraries:
The Spot-On series will be a free one-hour conversation between the audience and expert guests highlighting contextual themes in a production. Usually scheduled prior to a Sunday performance, the goal of this event is to promote and provide a place for dialogue among audience members, theater professionals, and experts brought in to expand on specific themes found in our productions. We hope our audiences walk away from these lectures with a deeper understanding and enjoyment of our main stage productions.